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The winder is a center-turret type with two winding modes: Fully automatic for agricultural films and semiautomatic for geomembranes, where operators need to manually attach the sheet to the core.
With Tyler hurting we all knew we needed to step up our game, not just me,'' Winder said.
He presents a wealth of contextual material, with chapters on the geographical region as it was in the nineteenth century, on the Winder family and their books, general material on dance types and entertainments of the era, and a description of the Wyresdale Greensleeves Dance.
Winder Farms bills itself as a "farmers market on wheels" delivering all-natural dairy items, eggs, fresh fruits and vegetables, salads, meats, prepared foods and more.
West Valley-based Winder Farms now delivers farm-fresh food directly to customers' doorsteps in Orange County, Calif.
Other characteristics include a horizontal flat bed design, web tension control, touch screen controls for winder settings, and two centre slitters for multiple lane production.
In 2005 it launched the 'intelligent watch winder with sleep phase' while in 2006 the brand introduced the 'Pythagoras World Time Tourbillon, which was the world's first mechanical table clock with world time and tourbillon.
Michelle Winder, the woman who implicated Cabletron Systems founder and then sitting Gov.
MALIBU -- Jonathan Winder was in Pepperdine's Advertising 561 class when his lifelong dream started to become reality.
Southland Hospital practice development nurse educator, Paul Winder (right), has been named resuscitation instructor of the year by the New Zealand Resuscitation Council (NZRC).
THE FATE OF THE FORMER HOME OF THE Arkansas Travelers, Ray Winder Field in Little Rock, remains undetermined.
John Edward Winder, 64, said he did not see 83-year-old Ada Quayle.